What is HappySacsNFT?
HappySacsNFT’S are a charity focussed collection of 10,000 original, one-of-a-kind, hand-drawn testicle NFT's. The concept and designs were thought up by three school friends with a passion for charity work. 50% of the profits will be split between our two chosen testicular cancer charities.
What is our mission?
Our mission is to be the NFT collection that gives back, with 50% of our profits going directly to Testicular Cancer charities. Not only do we want to raise money, we want to raise awareness of a common type of cancer in men aged between 15-49.
What is an NFT?
A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unique digital asset that represents ownership of real-world items like art, video clips, music, and more. NFTs use the same blockchain technology that powers cryptocurrencies, but they're not a currency.
What is the difference between fungible vs non-fungible?
Fungible assets are divisible and non-unique. For instance, traditional currencies like the pound are fungible: A £10 note in London has the same value as a £10 note in Newcastle. A fungible token can also be a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin: 1 BTC is worth 1 BTC, no matter where it is issued.
Non-fungible assets, on the other hand, are unique and non-divisible. They should be considered as a type of deed or title of ownership of a unique, non-replicable item. For example, a flight ticket is non-fungible because there cannot be another of the same kind due to its specific data. A house, a boat or an NFT are non-fungible because they are one-of-a-kind.
A small number of our sacs have been given special properties. One hundred amazing unique designs will be given a 'Golden Balls' property which allows them access to exclusive airdrops and become part of a special club within the Happy Sacs community.
How much does it cost to mint a Happy Sac NFT?
Presale number 1: 100 / $50 (Presale 1 date to be confirmed)
Presale number 2: 500 / $75 (Presale 2 date to be confirmed)
Full price: $100
Remember 50% of profit from sales goes directly to charity
At least 2% of the total minted will be donated to the community, charities involved and competition winners.